Managing A Construction Project Is Jobsite Safety

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Introduction

The Construction sector is one of the largest industries in the globe and brings in trillion dollars in annual revenue. Don’t believe it? Look around you, and open your eyes to the built environment. Just about anything directly correlates to a construction firm, or a construction manager. From your home, to your local park, from from your car, to your cell phone, all these things wouldn’t be there if it weren’t for the project manager who took a set of plans, and brought them to life. When someone notices a dynamic structure, or an aesthetic building, they should say, “Wow, who built that?” instead of asking, “Who designed that?” While an architect can design something captivating on paper, the real captivation comes from the challenge of the physical construction itself.

Along with this challenge comes many difficulties. This includes estimating, planning, budgeting, and scheduling, to name a few. However, the most important factor of managing a construction project is jobsite safety. Unseen by many people, jobsite safety is determinate to the completion of the construction project, while delivering the highest satisfaction to the owner, and doing so all under budget. Modern day projects brings multiple risks to owners and contractors when they face new construction. Owner’s must be concerned with potential risks to their employees, tenants, and property while also being concerned with the risk carried by the construction manager.

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